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Aisha Moore

Communications Director, AIDS.gov 

Young Black Gay Men’s Leadership Initiative Gears Up for 2014 Policy & Advocacy Summit

Aisha Moore

At AIDS.gov we have been fortunate enough to share with you voices from the community of men dedicated to amplifying the response to HIV among Black men who have sex with men (MSM). Our Black Voices blog series brings together young black leaders who are using new media to make a difference for black MSM at…

Women and Technology

Aisha Moore

Last month, we talked about working with leaders in racial/ethnic minority communities to increase the use of health technology and to encourage technological innovation. On the heels of National Women and Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day, we wanted to look at the same issue from the vantage point of women. Knowing your audience is good. Co-creating…

Instagram! Plan, Learn, Shoot

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Before joining the photo and video sharing social network Instagram, AIDS.gov staff started our communication planning process. This included reviewing our overall communications strategy [PDF 350KB], developing a specific Instagram strategy using the POST [PDF 50KB] method, and putting together an implementation plan. Part of our planning process is to: observe/learn how others are using a particular…

New Media Training Opportunity at Creating Change 2014

Creating Change

More and more organizations are assessing the need for and integrating new media into their programs to extend the reach of their work. And, many organizations are using their annual conferences to share, teach and listen for effective ways to integrate new media into their programs. Last year, we blogged about Creating Change: The National…

#FacingAIDS 2013: Write. Snap. Share.

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For the sixth year, AIDS.gov is hosting the Facing AIDS photo sharing project. We would like to thank everyone who has participated over the years. Through your participation, you have helped to commemorate World AIDS Day (December 1) by bringing awareness to the effects of HIV stigma and encouraging HIV testing. We invite YOU to participate…

Social Media TA: American Public Health Association Annual Meeting

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The 141st American Public Health Association (APHA) Annual Meeting & Exposition will be held November 2-6, 2013. The theme for the meeting is “Think Global, Act Local: Best Practices Around the World.” APHA provides a myriad of opportunities to learn more about using social media in public health. We have highlighted a few ways that…

Using Social Networking to Promote HIV Testing

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At AIDS 2012, the world’s largest HIV conference, a new media declaration was released which encouraged stakeholders in the HIV community to assess how they can use new media to extend the reach of their HIV program messages. For National HIV Testing Day (NHTD), June 27, I have gathered a few examples of organizations that have…

New Pew Report: Smartphone Ownership in 2013

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The Pew Internet and American Life Project  released new data  last week showing that 56% of all American adults use smartphones. At AIDS.gov, we have seen growth in mobile access to our website. Since January, 2013, nearly 37% of visits to AIDS.gov have been from a mobile device. This has already surpassed the total mobile…

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